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Judges selected for Tunica Fall Classic



The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration has selected Jamie Bradshaw, Jeannette Baucom and Smokey Carswell to judge the Tunica Fall Classic. The Tunica show will be held November 1st-3rd at the Paul Battle Arena in Tunica, Miss.

The diverse panel of judges includes a four-time Celebration judge in Bradshaw, Carswell who has also judged The Celebration but not recently and Baucom who will be making her first appearance at a Celebration event.  In addition to their diverse experiences, they also represent Alabama (Bradshaw), Kentucky (Carswell) and North Carolina (Baucom).

In addition to his Celebration experience Bradshaw has judged many of the industry’s top horse shows including the National Trainers’ Show, Fun Show, Mississippi Charity, Columbia Spring Jubilee, Alabama Jubilee, Red Carpet Show of the South as well as previously judging Tunica.

Carswell judged the Celebration in 2003 but has also judged the Gulf Coast Charity, FAST Spring Showcase, Columbia Spring Jubilee, and the Spring Fun Show. Baucom, who will be considered the rookie on the panel, still has extensive experience that includes twice judging the Gulf Coast Charity as well as the International in 2011.

For more information on the Tunica Fall Classic visit the Celebration’s web site at www.twhnc.com.  Gold Strike Casino and Resort, an MGM Resorts Destination, is the horse show hotel and special rates are available at $49 during weekdays and $95 for weekends, plus applicable fees. For reservations call 1-888-245-7829 and use block code 1810Tunica (Tunica Fall Classic).
 

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